RSL Dynamite 11 d South Bulldogs 5
After a promising start where they tied the first set, Bulldogs were only able to win one frame in each of the next three sets to give Dynamite a comfortable victory.
All six Dynamite players contributed to their win, with Brendan Raymond unbeaten on three from three, and Clay Weidenbach, Bill Struensee and Dale Hockey all winning two from three.
Ashley Walters was best player for Bulldogs with three wins from four, supported by Dewayne Pieters who won two of his four frames.
Flinders Ferals 11 d Central Red 5
Ferals, with Bill Taylor dominating, proved far too strong for the Red team.
Taylor was successful in his four frames, ably supported by his three team-mates, Terry Forsyth (3/4), Timm Thompson (2/4) and Neville Karger (2/4).
Central used seven players, five of whom won a frame each, with the best results provided by Kelvyn Rigden, Glyn Adams and Matt McCarthy, all with one from two.
PABC Shooters 12 d Stirling Progress Cougars 4
For the second week in succession, Shooters disposed of their opposition by the same margin.
Three of their six players were undefeated, with Rob Duke winning four, and Jason Boyd and Mick Freeman each winning three. Andrew Thorpe was successful in two of his three frames.
After tying the opening set, Cougars could only win two of the remaining 12 games, and their victories were shared between William Tucker and Rhys Bavington, each with two from four.
RSL Cannons 9 d Travellers Rest Gunners 7
In a match where fortunes ebbed and flowed, Cannons managed to get over the line in the closest match of the round.
Gunners won the first and third sets 3-1, but failed to win a frame in the second set. They lost the final set 1-3 to ultimately lose the match.
Four Cannons players, Brodie Grantham, Ian Long, Dick Elliot and Shane Alan, were successful in two of their three frames.
Best players for Gunners were Anthony Grantham, with two from three, and Troy Coe, who won two of his four frames.
Central Bloods 12 d Travellers Rest Blue 4
The Blue team got off to a terrible start, failing to win a frame in each of the opening two sets. They recovered to give the score some respectability by tying both the third and fourth sets at 2-2.
It was a good team performance by Bloods, with Dale Khan leading the way with an unbeaten four frames. Brodie Tuip and Scott Mackinlay won three of their four frames, while Ben Thorpe won two out of four.
Keith Evans led the Blue team with one from two.